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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... flows through Angola, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Mozambique. The gem that is the falls, however, belongs to US!!! Us being Zimbabweans of course. Ok, Ok...so maybe a really small teeny tiny insignificant piece may possibly belong to Zambia too...but we tend to ignore that.
So, the family, or more accurately the Crazies, want to spend a week here throwing themselves off bridges and crashing down the ...
... and an adrenaline rush. It was so so cool. Safely back on sturdy land we drove down to the river, spotting warthog and baboons along the way. Then we sat in the shade and tucked into our now warm sandwiches. Post lunch we all had a go in the kayak and some of us stripped down and jumped in to the river. Peter, our ranger assured us there were no crocs or hippos. I believed him. After a fun filled lunch we drove back up to ...
... houses the Port Elizabeth Herald daily paper and yet another was a (currently disused) hotel. We got out for a walk around a small green space that contained modern sculptures representing Mandela and the local tourism of surfing plus a cool mural with a large brick pyramid built by an early settler in memory of his wife. Very romantic! The Mandela sculpture was very poignant with him currently very ill in hospital. There were a couple of notes of love and ...
... am very blessed to be marrying into such a welcoming and carefree family. Michel and Tina met in an unconventional way and wed unconventionally, as did Cora and Simon. We also met unconventionally and will marry unconventionally. It’s just the way we both like it.
I only wish Erik’s mother could have been there. I wish I could have met her. She certainly did a brilliant job raising Erik and I would like to have been able to thank her. ...
... people tell you the same things about safety: don’t drive with your windows down, don’t leave anything in the car, drive with the doors locked, don’t carry around cash, and so on. They meant well but I have never had so many tips while sitting at a bank in my life.
What a week this was! I can say now though, it’s nice having an account here and not worrying about exchanging American dollars for South African ...